Brand and Generic Kenalog are available from two US online pharmacies offering complimentary prescribing services. Kenalog is a class of steroid hormone used for the treatment of topical infections such as eczema, psoriasis, allergies, oral ulcers and ocular inflammation. Kenalog is NOT-scheduled by the DEA and FDA approved to be sold with a doctor’s prescription, if you can’t afford a prescription and have taken Kenalog before, the pharmacies listed offer free TeleHealth prescribing services.
Eight things you must know before you buy Kenalog® online
Generic Name: Triamcinolone
Kenalog Aerosol Solution is used to reduce the itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. The exact way that it acts against most causes of inflammation is not known, but it is thought to slow or stop the chemicals in the body that cause the inflammation.
Do not take Kenalog if you are allergic to any ingredient in Kenalog Aerosol Solution.
After using Kenalog wash your hands immediately.
If you have any of the following underlying conditions, you must first talk to your doctor.
• if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding
• if you are taking any prescription or nonprescription medicine, herbal preparation, or dietary supplement
• if you have allergies to medicines, foods, or other substances
• if you have any kind of skin infection, cuts, scrapes, thinning of the skin, or lessened blood flow to your skin
• if you have measles, tuberculosis (TB), a positive TB skin test, chickenpox, shingles, or have recently had a vaccination
• if you are taking an oral corticosteroid (eg, prednisone)
Do not wrap or cover the area you treated with bandages or wear tight-fitting clothing unless specifically directed by your doctor. For children, do not use tight diapers or plastic pants in the diaper area.
While taking Kenalog if you develop unusual weight gain (especially in the face), muscle weakness, increased thirst or urination, confusion, unusual drowsiness, severe or persistent headache, fever, or vision changes, contact your doctor right away.
If you are pregnant, you are or will be breastfeeding, contact your doctor before using Kenalog Aerosol. Discuss any possible risks to your baby.
Kenalog has mild side effects such as mild, temporary stinging.
Call your doctor right away if you develop these severe side effects: rash hives, itching, difficulty breathing, tightness in your chest, swelling of your mouth, face, lips, or tongue, acne-like rash, excessive hair growth, impaired wound healing, inflamed hair follicles, inflammation around your mouth, severe or persistent itching, burning, dryness, redness, or swelling of your skin, thinning, softening, or discoloration of your skin.
|Kenalog (generic) 0.025% 60 ml||1 Bottle||$108.00|
|Kenalog (generic) 0.025% 60 ml||2 Bottles||$151.60|
|Kenalog (generic) 0.025% 60 ml||3 Bottles||$193.55|
|Kenalog 0.025% 60 ml||1 Bottle||$129.87|
|Kenalog 0.025% 60 ml||2 Bottles||$194.78|
|Kenalog 0.025% 60 ml||3 Bottles||$259.65|
|Kenalog Aerosol 63 gm||1 Aerosol Can||$124.08|
|Kenalog Aerosol 63 gm||2 Aerosol Cans||$183.17|
|Kenalog Aerosol 63 gm||3 Aerosol Cans||$242.45|
What is Kenalog used for?
Doctors usually prescribe Kenalog for the treatment of conditions such as eczema, psoriasis or allergic reactions. Kenalog can also be prescribed in the form of a dental paste and is prescribed for treating oral ulcers. Kenalog is a topical steroid and works by reducing symptoms of these conditions such as swelling, redness and inflammation.
What are Kenalog side effects?
Patients taking Kenalog can sometimes experience side effects including skin blisters; burning of the skin; stretch marks; thinning of the skin; or peeling, red or itchy skin. Contact your doctor if any of the more serious side effects occur such as fatigue; mood swings; blurred vision; insomnia; palpitations or increase in weight. You may develop an allergic reaction to Kenalog and signs of this could include hives; skin rash; trouble breathing or swollen throat, mouth, tongue, lips or face. You should get medical help immediately if you notice any of these signs after taking Kenalog.
What to know before taking Kenalog?
Areas which have been treated with Kenalog should not be covered with bandages etc, as this can result in your body absorbing too much of the medication causing side effects. Nappies should not be too tight over treated areas for the same reason. You should not use Kenalog if you have ever had an allergic reaction to Triamcinolone. If you are allergic to any other drugs you should inform your doctor before taking Kenalog. You should also inform your doctor if have any conditions such as diabetes, a skin infection, herpes infection, chicken pox or ulcers of the stomach as these conditions may prevent you from being able to use Kenalog or you may need to have your dose altered. Kenalog should not be used on children unless advised by a doctor as children are known to be more sensitive to this medication than adults. Kenalog is ineffective for treating infections caused by fungi, viruses or bacteria. Kenalog should not be used by pregnant women as it could harm an unborn baby.
What is the Kenalog dosage?
Your dose of Kenalog will be prescribed for you by your doctor according to your specific needs. Do not use larger doses than what has been prescribed for you. Do not use the medication for longer than the course which your doctor has prescribed. Dosage usually involves rubbing a small amount of the cream into the affected skin. Do not use Kenalog near your mouth or eyes. It should also not be used on areas of thin skin or where you have any skin folds. Hands should be washed before applying the cream and after every application unless it is being used for treating an infection on the hands. Dental paste should be applied in a small amount directly over the ulcer. It is recommended that you dry the area with tissue or a Q-tip before applying the paste to help it adhere better. If symptoms do not improve within a few days or if you notice a worsening of symptoms, you should contact your doctor.
What are the Kenalog interactions?
Kenalog is not known to interact with other oral or injected medications but it is a good idea to tell your doctor about any other medications you are taking even, pain killers, vitamins or supplements or herbal medications as these could also interact with Kenalog.
What should I avoid while taking Kenalog?
It is advisable to avoid any products which could irritate your skin such as hair removers, hair dyes, or any products with alcohol.